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My tractor idles too high 1500 rpm what does everyone else's tractor idle speed at ? Ok I should know by now to search first if someone else posted same issue,so I did and found my answer,it's supposed to be at 1500 rpms... Wow,I don't like it that high but what are you gonna do ? :thumbsdown:: .
 

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The 1026R's low idle speed should be set at 1575 +/- 25 RPM.

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Diesel, if you keep posting stuff like this I'm going to have the whole book. :laugh: Thanks for putting this kind of stuff on here as I'm getting info I don't have. My printer is getting a work out. :thumbup1gif:
 

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Diesel, if you keep posting stuff like this I'm going to have the whole book. :laugh: Thanks for putting this kind of stuff on here as I'm getting info I don't have. My printer is getting a work out. :thumbup1gif:
A tech manual has got to be one the best investments you can make in your tractor.:thumbup1gif: I have them for everything. There's a mini library in my garage.
 

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A tech manual has got to be one the best investments you can make in your tractor.:thumbup1gif: I have them for everything. There's a mini library in my garage.
Me too, I have manuals back to some of my very first vehicles including my 69 VW beetles and VW 411 wagons. It's usually one of the first things I do after getting a different vehicle, buy a manual for it.

Oops, off topic again.
 

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I wish I'd have made them include a tech manual with my purchase. Was thinking about the owners manual and forgot all about it. :nunu:
 
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